You can get a brand new EV in your garage for A$38,583

    One of the biggest criticisms of electric vehicles is their high cost. Thankfully this is starting to change with a number of cars hitting the market in the $40k mark. As we head into 2024, there are some brands offering specials to move stock of 2023 model year cars and one example of that is GWM.

    A brand new 2023 GWM Ora could be in your driveway for a price of just A$38,583.

    Until March 31st, customers can take advantage of a A$4,000 discount and will land the ORA Standard Range for a sub $40k price tag.

    For those looking for a little more range, you can get the 2023 Ora Extended Range is also available for a driveaway price of A$44,835. The 2023 Ora Ultra is being offered from A$47,961 driveaway and the Ora GT from A$51,087.

    2023 Ora Standard Range specs at a glance:

    • Range: Up to 310km of driving range
    • Battery: 48 kWh Lithium ion Battery
    • Infotainment: Dual 10.25″ Colour touchscreen with Apple CarPlay
    • Performance: 126kW power, 250Nm torque
    • Security: Keyless entry system
    • Technology: 1 pedal driving, Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Centre Assist & Keeping, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Blind Spot Monitoring, 360 degree camera.
    • Safety: 5 star ANCAP safety rating

    The GWM Ora electric vehicle offers the ultimate city driving experience. Compact and nimble for easy navigation through crowded streets. With an electric powertrain it provides instant torque for a smooth and quiet ride. Ideal for daily commutes, it’s the perfect choice for city driving.


    With a 7-year unlimited km warranty and a class leading 8-year unlimited km battery pack warranty, daily commutes can be worry-free and with peace of mind. Enjoy the comfort and benefits of electric driving without any added stress.Learn More

    Roadside assistance

    No matter the unexpected events on the road, be confident with a 5-year roadside assistance coverage. This added protection allows for a stress-free driving experience.Learn More


    The 48kWH and 63kWH Lithium Ion Battery-powered motors deliver responsive performance and acceleration. Get ready to take on city streets with ease and efficiency. The combination of electric power and a well-designed battery system results in a driving experience that is both smooth and fun.

    Jason Cartwright
    Jason Cartwright
    Creator of techAU, Jason has spent the dozen+ years covering technology in Australia and around the world. Bringing a background in multimedia and passion for technology to the job, Cartwright delivers detailed product reviews, event coverage and industry news on a daily basis. Disclaimer: Tesla Shareholder from 20/01/2021

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